Our Admissions

At St. John Baptist we admit students for the following classes.
  1. Senior one

  2. Senior Five

  3. Vocational

Download our Application form from here

We shall process your admission and update you with our final decision within 30 days of receiving payment and all documentation.

School Policies

Recruitment policy

For those students wishing to enrol at St. John the Baptist Girls Secondary School, the attached Registration Form and the Health Information form must be completed and returned to the school along with an original primary seven pass slip. For Vocational, come along with your senior four pass slip. An

An ‘Open Night’ for intending pupils and their parents is held in October. Pupils in local primary schools are notified in advance.

Those from far, the recruitment Team will come in your area, radio announcement and if at all Bukedde TV.

Child protection policy

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Anti-Bullying Policy

Bullying affects everyone, not only the bullies and the victims. It also affects those children who watch, and less aggressive pupils can be drawn in by group pressure. Hence this is not allowed at all at the school. Procedures are in place if anyone is caught in these behaviours.

Actions to prevent bullying behaviour 

  • Anti-bullying code to be promoted through parents meetings and especially to parents of incoming students.

  • Promoted through student council

  • All staff (teaching and non-teaching) involved in recording, reporting and following up on bullying behavior.

  • Senior students asked to observe and report any bullying type behaviour

4. Code of behaviour

In order to promote a positive atmosphere and good behavior, the school operates an overarching Code of Behaviour which is a set of rules, practices and procedures that form the school’s plan for helping students to behave well and to learn effectively.

Purpose of the Code of Behaviour

  • to encourage students to take personal responsibility for their own behavior

  • to nurture a sense of self-respect and respect and consideration for others

  • to encourage good behaviour through positive affirmation – staff to students, students to staff and student to student

  • to create a positive environment for learning

5. Standards

All students are encouraged and expected to:-

  • take personal responsibility for their own actions

  • be respectful to every person in the school

  • be prepared by having all books, materials and equipment as required for every lesson

  • co-operate with their teachers and follow all instructions given to them

  • complete all homework – written, reading and oral – set by teachers

  • wear full school uniform

  • attend school and all lessons punctually on each school day

  • respect school property and property of others

  • do nothing inside or outside while representing the school which lowers the reputation of the school

  • keep the school environment clean and tidy

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Contact Us

Tel: 256 772 357 908

Email: info@stjohnbaptistschool.com


St. John the Baptist Girls' Secondary School
P.O. Box 1136, Masaka